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Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Mind's Eye is an adventure game by ProgZmax, one of the best sprite designers in the AGS scene. His body of work includes portraits in Duty and Beyond, plus new sprites for Dave Gilbert's The Shivah Deluxe.

Interface problems mar this solid effort. There's no proper menu for the title screen, and the load option can only be brought up by using the F5 function key. The setting of the story is rather dark, but fans of Yahtzee's 1213 series will feel right at home. You assume the role of Noah, a sick amnesiac seeking escape from an asylum.

There's one or two arcade sequences which shouldn't trouble most players. Rather short in length, unfortunately.

Name: Mind's Eye
Developer: Shane Stevens
Category: Adventure
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/01/2006 11:09:00 AM:  

i played duty and beyond this week, and from the credits it seems buloght and mordalles did all the portraits.
not progzmax. progzmax did do the protraits for the shivah.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 10/24/2006 03:40:00 PM:  
Indeed, it was buloght and NOT progZmax who did the portraits for Duty & Beyond.